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Engineering students at the Maricopa Community Colleges have a new resource for navigating the maze of courses and sequences needed to prepare for transfer to ASU.
The recently updated Advising Guides provide students with information from five other common sources in a handy two-page format.
They are a great tool designed to save students and advisors time and money.
Video: Scientists engineer ‘second skin’ with potential for superior topical UV protection Published on June 1st, 2016 | By: Stephanie Liverani
Scientists at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Massachusetts General Hospital, Living Proof, and Olivo Labs have developed a new material that can temporarily protect and tighten skin and smooth wrinkles, according to an MIT News article.
Even better? The team plans to develop the material further for use in transdermal drug delivery and treatment of skin conditions, such as eczema and other types of dermatitis, and also adapt it to provide long-lasting ultraviolet protection.
Credit: MIT; YouTube
|When||Tuesday, April 26, 2016, 9 a.m. – 2 p.m.|
|El dÍa de los NiÑos/El dÍa de los Libros (Day of the Child/Day of the Book) is a celebration based on childhood and literacy that began in 1997. Borrowing from the traditional Mexican holiday “El dÍa de los NiÑos,” the American version expanded to include literacy when acclaimed author Pat Mora took up the cause in 1997. A year later, the U.S. Congress officially designated April 30 as “Day of the Child.”
Members from GCC’s MEChA Club will set up games to celebrate this event.
INFLUX Public Art Project in TEMPE, AZ
I’d like to announce that my #influxaz project is up -All Credits given to Casey Farina. on #HaydenMill in #Tempe.#publicart #projectionmapping #raspberrypi #influxcycle6 #generativeart #CityofTempe #downtowntempe
Cascade.Erode.Construct. is a video installation that abstractly explores the history of the iconic Hayden Flour Mill. The Mill’s proximity to water (the Salt River) is an integral part of its identity as a Tempe landmark. The movement and erosive power of water form the fundamental structure of the animation from which new forms are constructed. The visual artifacts that remain on the north wall of the Mill are isolated and reinvigorated by the projected light. The animation was created by using a digital image of the wall as the input for a variety of algorithmic processes. The installation repeats every ten minutes between 8:00 PM and 1:00 AM on the north wall of the Hayden Mill. Casey’s research was facilitated by John Southard and E. Hunter Hansen in the Tempe Historic Preservation Office and Jared Smith at the Tempe History Museum.
Thanks to Chaunda Fraulino and all of her hard work in making this happen every year. We have continually gotten better in this competition and I hope you all improve next year too.
Also thanks to all of you for doing your part and recycling, reducing, and reusing. This would not have been possible without an environmentally conscious student body and employees.
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EARTH DAY DUMPSTER DIVE PRESENTATION in the STUDENT UNION!!
|When||Thursday, April 21, 2016, 11:30 a.m. – 1 p.m.|
|Event Title||Dumpster Dive Results and Speaker|
|This event celebrates our ninth annual dumpster dive, with a presentation of this years dumpster dive results, followed by our guest speaker, Thomas Williams, Chief Sustainability Officer, Maricopa County Community College District.|
EARTH DAY DUMPSTER DIVE!! @ 6:45 AM!!! @ Glendale Community College!!
|When||Thursday, April 21, 2016, 6:45 – 9 a.m.|
Earth Day Dumpster Dive